This driver contains read support using lm-sensors: Just want to add that I’ve always had to reboot after doing the sensor detect for the first time. Thanks for your comment though it allowed me update conky display with current version. Peter Mortensen 8, 16 61 If it is built into the kernel then it’s OK. I want to use i3status to display my CPU-Core temperatures haswell i7. You can sign up for a free trial here.
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It gives warnings about being risky.
I thought I should mention that in addition to installing the package, you should run the sensors-detect command to identify the kernel modules that need to be loaded.
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This doesn’t work on all hardware. Controlling Temperature After knowing your temperature you probably want to control it better. I used another program and found my Core 0 was 49 C.
Here’s one of the cores: Psensor is smaller and more unobtrusive than XSensors and it displays itself on the desktop as a little thermometer icon in the notification area in the upper right corner of the desktop next to the clock. Here you can customize the list of sensors: How to get core temperature of haswell i7 cores in i3status Ask Question.
Psensor XSensors and Psensor both monitor the computer’s temperature and the fan speeds. Some chips may be double detected; we choose the doretemp with the highest confidence value in that case.
Home Questions Tags Users Unanswered. Good looking tool, except every ,inux page populates except Sensors e. Post as a guest Name. You can easily give it a try on your own by following the steps above. You can set alarms to notify you when a tempertature is reached. As others have noted, you need the lm-sensors package.
I installed it, but still it wouldn’t work: Then you can get temperature by sensors. How can I do this?
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On that plot, the x-axis is CPU usage, right? Processor 0 of 10 Cooling 4: It can be installed the same way as the sensors-applet described in evgeny’s answer.
In all my testing it’s always be “” after the implied decimal point so I’m not sure why Linux formats it that way shrugs.
The idea behind the shell command monitor is a fairly straightforward: No Intel Core family thermal sensor Do you want to scan for them?
Try upgrading you version: But is not quite safe in some cotetemp, but I never had any real problems with that. Benchmarks are quite outdated in this program though.